Where most casual games seek to entertain in short bursts, Little Inferno works its hardest to elevate the way we view tablet games. NerdSpan examines what discussions are raised by the speculative ending of a "casual" downloadable title.
The thing is, I've played Little Inferno to completion in anticipation of the amazing story and onion-skin like layers of self reflection mentioned in various reviews... What I got was a puzzle game that ended with confused and out-of-place 10 minute interactive end credits. In a nutshell, I learned nothing from completing Little Inferno other than that I'll probably never play it again.
I never even played 10 minutes of it. Was pretty disappointed after seeing the teaser videos then buying. Those videos showed NOTHING. False advertising imo
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